Medway School of Pharmacy is a unique partnership between the University of Kent and the University of Greenwich. The School has achieved full accreditation from the General Pharmaceutical Council and is recognised as an established school of pharmacy.
The School’s mission is to produce, through innovative teaching and research delivered in a supportive and caring environment, high-quality professional graduates committed to lifelong learning.
The MPharm degree is a four-year programme based on three interlinked themes: practitioner and patient; medicines design and manufacture; and the patient, disease and drug action. Extensive use is made of tutorials, workshops and practical laboratory classes.
Throughout the programme, external placements are arranged at hospitals and community pharmacies
Graduates are required to undertake a pre-registration year in practice and pass a registration exam before they can register as a pharmacist in Great Britain.Applying
When you are applying for Pharmacy - MPharm, please apply to the University of Kent who will be administering applications on behalf of the Medway School of Pharmacy, UCAS institution code name KENT, institution code K24.
For fees and other costs, please refer to the Medway School of Pharmacy website.